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Searles Farm is believed to date from the 17th Century and enjoys a pleasant semi-rural location on the outskirts of the village of Hook. The accommodation is approached by a spacious reception hall with slate flooring opening to the well-proportioned family kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with a range of cherry wood cabinets, complemented by granite work surfaces and slate flooring. The breakfast area opens to a conservatory with French doors leading to the garden terrace. A further door gives access to the triple aspect games room with a stable door leading to the front garden. The principal reception room has an attractive and private aspect, there are exposed beams and is adjacent to the generously proportioned dual aspect dining room with feature open fireplace. The living accommodation is further complemented by a dual aspect sitting room/snug with a brick hearth and a gas cast iron stove and a door giving access to the rear courtyard and access to the study. The first floor landing has a wealth of exposed beams and gives access to the dual aspect master bedroom with a built-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room. The four remaining bedrooms are complemented by a second en-suite shower room and modern family bathroom with separate shower.
Searles Farm enjoys a pleasant semi-rural location on the outskirts of the village of Hook with a good selection of local amenities and the mainline station to London Waterloo in less than an hour. The larger commercial centres at Fleet and Basingstoke offer a wide range of both retail and leisure facilities. The commuter also enjoys convenient access to the M3 at Junction 5 or the M4 at Junction 11 and mainline stations at Hook or Winch field to London Waterloo.
The property is approached by a shingle driveway leading to an open oak framed car barn. A pathway gives access to the principal gardens which has a level area of lawn there are mature borders which offer a good level of seclusion and privacy. There is a terraced area ideal for outside entertaining, there is also a converted granary making an ideal home office or summer house. To the rear of the property is a shingled courtyard and the overall plot measures approximately 0.5 of an acre.
master bedroom with en-suite shower room
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